How to Report Medicaid or Insurance Fraud
Note to insurance carriers: Please use OIFP referral forms for industry fraud reporting, not these reporting forms, which are for public use only.
Report through our Online Form
You may use our online form with specific information about individuals or entities who may be committing Medicaid or insurance fraud.
Report through our Tip Line
To call in specific information about individuals or entities who may be committing Medicaid or insurance fraud use our toll free number, 1-877-55-FRAUD (1-877-553-7283). Calls are answered Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. After business hours, a voice mail system will record your message. All telephone calls are returned within 24 hours
Concerned About Insurance Cheating?
Have Information About A Fraud?
Dial Toll-Free, 1-877-55-FRAUD(1-877-553-7283)
If you have specific information about individuals or entities who may be committing Medicaid or insurance fraud and wish to write, send your letter (or download form as a pdf for printing) to:
NJ Office of the Attorney General
Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor
P. O. Box 094
Trenton, NJ 08625-0094
You may send e-mail (NJInsuranceFraud@njdcj.org) with specific information about individuals or entities who may be committing Medicaid or insurance fraud.
Rewards Program Application
Individuals may also apply for a reward for any tip that leads to an arrest and conviction. A reward is only payable if the tip results in a criminal conviction and is paid only for tips leading to new investigations, not cases already under investigation. Reward applications must be submitted within 30 days of the date which the applicant initially provided the information to the OIFP to be eligible for a reward.
- Reporting Reward Application – Found in the Rules and Regulations area of the OIFP Library.
*N.J.S.A. 17:33A-9 provides immunity from civil suit for citizens who report insurance fraud in good faith and without malice. But a person who DELIBERATELY gives FALSE information to law enforcement authorities commits an offense! N.J.S.A. 2C:28-4.